What a warm welcome!
Stumbled upon this wonderful little country pub and was not disappointed. Went there on a Friday evening and had a wonderful time.
Still-warm, freshly baked crusty bread with olive oil/balsamic was served to us while we pondered the daily menu of seasonal, fresh food.
I had the lamb stew and the meat literally melted in my mouth. GF had the biggest steak I've ever seen and it was cooked to perfection (served with home cut chips and mustard on a big wooden block).
The only disappointment was that I was too full to try anything from the mouth-watering desert menu - particularly the 'chocolate soup', which came with high recommendations from the landlady, Cristina, who was there to tell us about everything on the menu.
After dinner, wander to the rear of the pub where there is a fabulous beer garden, complete with a small children's play area and lots of big tables with umbrellas.
There's no commercialism in this little treasure, just a cosy place that was as lovely on a summer's eve as I'm sure it would be on a dark winter night.
(we even got to play with the owners' puppy in the garden!).
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